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Album Review

The Priests’ 2008 eponymous debut received a quick sequel in 2009’s Harmony, an album designed to continue upon the surprise success of its predecessor instead of build upon it. By most respects, Harmony is a replication of The Priests, offering the same blend of religious and classical standards, punctuated by the odd Christmas carol, all given clean, warm, spacious arrangements designed to showcase the honeyed harmonies of these three Irish priests. This is a case where more of the same isn’t a bad thing, since Harmony is executed as well as the debut, which is all that the group’s fans want., Rovi


Formed: Derry, Ireland

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Like Il Divo, the Priests make classical music that's intended to appeal to a broad, pop-minded audience. Unlike other classical crossover acts, though, the group's members are all Roman Catholic priests. Father Eugene O'Hagan, Father Martin O'Hagan, and Father David Delargy hail from Northern Ireland, where they began singing together as students at St MacNissi's College. They later trained for the priesthood at the Irish College in Rome, and it was during this time that they were invited to sing...
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